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Olumuyiwa Afolabi

He saw Jesus Christ and was converted to Christianity. Jesus told him forgiveness is as easy as drinking of water.

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Olumuyiwa Afolabi
Tolulade Adeniji

The story is told of a Sunday class that had been asked the question, "In your time of discouragement, what is your favorite Scripture?" A young man said, "the Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want Psalm 23:1."

A middle age woman said, "God is my refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Psalm 46:1."

Another woman said, "In this world you shall have tribulations, but be of good cheer, I have overcome this world. John 16:33-35."

Then old Mr. John who was 80 years old, with head of white hair and dark black skin, stood up and said with as much strength as he could muster, "and it came to pass 85 times in the Bible."

The class started to laugh a little thinking that old Mr. John's lack of memory was getting the best of him. When the snickering stopped, he said.

"At 30 I lost my job with six hungry mouths and a wife to feed. I didn't know how I would make it. At 40 my eldest son was killed overseas in the war. It knocked me down.

At 50 my house burned to the ground. Nothing was saved out of the house. At 60 my wife of 40 years got cancer. It slowly ate away at her. We cried together many a night on our knees in prayer.

At 65 she died. I still miss her today. The agony I went through in each of these situations was unbelievable. I wondered where God was. But each time I looked in the Bible I saw one of those 85 verses that said, 'and it came to pass.'


I felt that God was telling me, my pain and my circumstances were also going to pass and that God would get me through it."


Let me ask you this...

Are you

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Babatunde Daniel

At 13 I lost my grandmother, at 16 I was raped and left with herpes, at 22 I lost my best friend and my significant other, at 23 I lost my favorite aunt and grandmother, but God.

At 13 I learned praise, at 16 I learned to be strong, at 19 I became a mother and learned to seek God first, at 22 I learned I have a testimony, at 23 I learned to pray and to be real, at 24 I face antagonist and their lies, being ostracized for MY testimony and through it I have learned to stand on God's word, his strength, and that being real will get you hated by many but loved more by the one who loved me first Jesus. The fruit of the spirit come with many things including long suffering and for God's glory and my testimony I will remain content!

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2 years ago


Babatunde Dinehin

Well I was Born in Iran in 1981 I have been a Christian for 3 years and I have been on a journey but before I came to Christ I lived in a family that I saw my father abuse my mother which came to a end when we came to New Zealand in 1991 my mother and father got divorced and My mother became a Christian but she was not healed from a lot of things which made me think of the religion as Fake I started to become against religion because I started to see it's fruits and so how people where such hypocrites, when I was 17 I moved to Australia and started to live on the streets joining Gangs and getting into some very dangerous places I hated my Father and my mother for who they where until 2 and half years ago when I started to think about taking my own life because I was alone and I saw no reason for living, I mean it got to a stage I was looking for Love in everything I did like drugs alcohol sex and more but that loved only stayed for a little while but I still felt alone.

So I went away for work and this guy by the name of martin spoke to me and started to share about his life before and how Jesus had come into his life and told me of all his blessing and i saw them as well as a wife beautiful Child and i said to my Self at 28 this is what i want a family of my own. I can be a husband that my father never was and father that my father never was, So he asked me to come to church so i said ill come and check it out, When i went there on Sunday Everyone was so friendly which i called them Jesus Freaks but when worship started The Song "Lead me to The Cross" came on and as i was reading the words Holy Spirit Filled me and i started to see a vision of all the Sins i was doing all of the act of disobedience I was doing and on they other side the Pain I was causing God That Hurt me and confused me Because I had met my maker and I realized that I was a Sinner. But that was not the conversion it was the start of my confusion! So Started to read the Bible and the

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2 years ago


Babatunde Dinehin

Hello. My name is Mary. I am just freshly 29 years old.

If you were to tell me this time last year that I was going to be a born again Christian, I would have told you that you were crazy. Like actually nuts. At that time, my idea of Evangelical Christianity was way too hardcore and exclusive to ever be something I could get into, but most of my opinions were formed from what I saw in the media and from second hand knowledge. It's funny what happens when you actually look into things for yourself.

My road here has been amazing. God has truly paved a wonderful journey for me. Perhaps we can start closer to the beginning.

I was raised in a good family. My father was rather strict, and didn't let my brother and I get away with anything. I am very thankful that he imparted these values to us, because it gave us an excellent guideline of how to be accountable for our actions. My mother was more gentle and affectionate with her love. It was kind of a good cop, bad cop situation, and it worked out well.

My father is an atheist, but my mother was raised in the Roman Catholic religion, coming from Irish background. In good faith, she baptized me as an infant, and promised that she would raise me in a Godly fashion. I also received first communion, reconciliation and confirmation in the Catholic church.

We went to a Catholic parish as a child, up until the middle of Junior High. Then we became the “Christmas and Easter” family, where church was only attended twice a year.

After high school, I went straight to college and spiraled downwards, not able to keep up with the new workload, and not certain if I should have been in that particular program. I transferred to the University 2 years later, and finally settled on studying Education. There were some wonderful people in my program, one of my closest friends was actually a Christian. Her enthusiasm and kindness kept me

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Kolawole Dinehin

My mother died when i was 4 yrs old,I heard that my mom was poisened,I dont remember my mom.

i had a brother and sister,my brother was 5 yrs older then me, and my sister was 10yrs. older then me.my brother and i were sent to an orphanage.but my sister was sent to a different orphanage for older children.when my sister was old enough to get married she adapted my brother and i from the orphanage.i was 8 then.my brother in law.my sisters husband.started moleseting me.at 12 yrs old i couldnt take it anymore and i ran away and went to my friends house.and stayed there, her parents didn,t mind, but my sister came looking for me.so i ran away from there,my friend ran away with me, we stayed at a park. looked for food in the dumpsters, and we slept in the restrooms,my friend said her cousins go to that park a lot. and they will help us find a place to live.well her cousins showed up,knocked me out, to me to a house and raped me,i had to survive that because i had to live on the street,i just tried to pretend that it didn,t happen,i got a place to stay.and my friends cousin found out i was there, they broke in and tried to rape me again,i had a breakdown,after getting out of the hospital,i went to a girls home, stayed there for a year,by the grace of God my uncle in Albuquerque,myi moms brother was looking for me, and i went to live with him and his wife.the wife was jealous of me and thats when i got depressed and was suicidal.

i ended up renting a room in a boarding house,i was so unhappy i said yes to the firs guy who asked me. and on every date i wanted to drink alcahol and get drunk. i got married 4 times for all the wrong reasons,all the husbands exept the 4th were pysicaly and verbal and emotionaly abuseive , i had 2 daughters from my second husband,he was and alcoholic that would beat me,i turned into a alcaholic, and lost my kids to foster care,i started to get seizures.i was on disability, after counseling and medication,i fought for my

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Kolawole Dinehin

I was saved while in the US Army stationed at Fort Bragg N.C. me and my wife was invited to church so we went. The preacher preached on John 3:16 and 17. He told the folks that brother your going to Hell. I felt like he was talking to just me. The second time we went me and my wife which has past away were both saved. So I was trying to live for God and became the chior director at the church, but me and the preacher had a bad falling out about cigeretts and I quit the church, well 2 heart attacks later I have been in and out of churches since then. But now I don't smoke cigerretts, I dont drink alchol, or do drugs. And I'm back to liveing for God again the best I can. Thats why I'm glad that my God is a God of a second chance. And this is my testimony and I hope it helps some one that reads it to let you know that we may give up on God but he will never give up on us.

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Kolawole Dinehin

When my family and I lived in Quebec from my birth till seven they went from one religion to another seeking the truth. My best childhood friend at the time molested me time and time again. When we moved to the states i remember getting a letter from her and telling my parents I didn't want to reply because she wasn't a good friend. As i grew older i remember my mom telling me things like i was a b****. She would take food away from me and say to stop eating because i was too fat. I never was fat but she would still tell me that. When we had guests over for dinner my mother would tell me to be quiet because what i had to say was pointless. So i began to shy away from my family, I started lying about everything and going behind their backs. I felt like i couldn't talk to them and tell them the truth so why not just keep it to myself.

When we moved back to Canada it got worse. My parents are very legalistic Christians and when i looked at Christianity all i saw was them and i didn't want anything to do with it. I was told that as long as i lived under their roof i was not allowed to try any other churches. One day i got home from school and my mom found a note in my book that said i F*****g hated my teacher. While it was raining and i was wearing shorts she kicked me out and told me to never come back. Bare footed and cold i walked in the freezing cold trying to find a place to stay. She told my dad she told me to sit outside until dad got home but that wasn't the case. I began hanging out with a girl who was no good. Her friend and herself came over one afternoon when my parents were not home. I ended up falling off a horse into the barbwire fence. They took me to the hospital and when my mom got there she didn't ask me if i was ok but accused me of smoking. Another night she kicked me where i got my stitches. I didn't want to be anything like that and thats all i knew about religion. At one point i had a secret boyfriend. I was 16 at the time and he

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